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  1. Charles E. Marske (1987). Durkheim's "Cult of the Individual" and the Moral Reconstitution of Society. Sociological Theory 5 (1):1-14.score: 870.0
    The significance of Durkheim's lifelong concern with the development of individualism in society is undeniable. Beginning with his critique of the pathological egoistic individualism of Herbert Spencer and the English utilitarians, Durheim's analysis of individualism culminates in his notion of the "cult of the individual". Originally conceptualized as neither a true social bond nor a possible basis of social solidarity, individualism is eventually seen by Durkheim as the sole surviving form of mechanical solidarity in modern society. In attempting to explain (...)
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  2. Charles E. Marske (1979). Freedom in Theory and Praxis: Classical Conceptions and Contemporary Implications. [REVIEW] Human Studies 4 (1):237 - 256.score: 870.0
    I have elaborated the classical Marxian and Durkheimian conceptions of human freedom to serve as a foundation for understanding contemporary interest in human freedom as well as its relationship to other modern desires, such as a sense of community or solidarity. There is obviously no agreement regarding the lessons to be drawn from this discussion on human freedom and its relationship to the forces of modernization. This is reflected in the paradox that modernization is seen by many as liberating, and (...)
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